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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Episode 34 Dr Lele SNM India 2009

Episode 34 Dr Lele SNM India 2009
This podcast an interview with one of the fathers of Nuclear Medicine in India Dr Lele snr
He highlights many of the challenges and opportunities for Nuclear Medicine in india

INDIAN SNM 2009 Website


Preparing for SPECT lecture




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Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
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Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



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Sunday, November 01, 2009

Episode 33 EBV Imaging and Therapy

This episode features an interview with Joe Hernandez from Principio which is a new radio-pharmaceutical company developing imaging and therapeutic agents for Epstein-Barr virus and prostate related carcinomas

http://www.principioinc.com/overview.htm


Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


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Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

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Sunday, August 09, 2009

Episode 32 news from snm

In this episode we discuss the molybdenum shortage, new therapies and V/Q SPECT.




Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


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Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

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1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
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3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
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You can email me at rob@nuccast.com
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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Episode 31 breast radiotherapy using radioisotopes

This episode features an interview with Dr Giovanni Paganelli from the European Institute of Oncology, Division of Nuclear Medicine, Milano, ITALY.

http://www.ieo.it/inglese/innovazioni/av_biot.shtml
Dr Paganelli describes a very cost effective and highly applicable methods of enhancing or replacing adjuvant radiotherapy of the breast.




Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.



Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


Or you can subscribe by entering your email address below and you will be informed of new episodes

Enter your email address:

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The easiest way to remember to tell your colleagues about the podcast is via the web link at nuccast.com or molcast.com

Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

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1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
then enter the PIN 1401
3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
Please leave your name and email address in your message so I can get back to you.
You can email me at rob@nuccast.com
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Monday, April 13, 2009

Episode 30 Viral Therapy

This podcast covers the treatment of viral disease using radioisotopes. This a very exciting and new approach to treating HIV, Hep C and many other viruses. The podcast features an interview with Dr Ekaterina Dadachova from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY

Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


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Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

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1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
then enter the PIN 1401
3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
Please leave your name and email address in your message so I can get back to you.
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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Episode 29 Melanoma therapy interview with Dr Ekaterina Dadachova

This podcast covers the treatment of experimental metastatic melanoma by a combination of chemotherapy and radiolabeled antibody to melanin with an interview with
Dr Ekaterina Dadachova from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
Using a very novel approach and an interesting course of research Dr Ekaterina Dadachova talks about the current state of her project.

Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


Or you can subscribe by entering your email address below and you will be informed of new episodes

Enter your email address:

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The easiest way to remember to tell your colleagues about the podcast is via the web link at nuccast.com or molcast.com

Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

You click on the little bird icon below and it will allow you to send me a voice mail from your computer.
If you don’t have a microphone then you can
1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
then enter the PIN 1401
3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
Please leave your name and email address in your message so I can get back to you.
You can email me at rob@nuccast.com
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Send Me A Message
All contributions welcome, especially as sound files to nucmedpodcast@gmail.com.
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Saturday, February 14, 2009

Episode 28 Molly Supply

Episode 28 Molly Supply

This podcast features an interview with Dr Christoper O'Brien
from Canada on the origins, issues and actions around the supply of Molybdenum

Take the Quiz on episode 17 and
Take the Quiz on episode 18
free.

Also I have updated our links and you can get the podcast page at both http://nuccast.com
And http://www.nuccast.com with the feed to put into iTunes or juice or your favorite podcast software can be found at http://molcast.com or http://www.molcast.com. The cardiac subset of the podcast can be found at http://cardiac.nuccast.com and the feed at http://cardiac.molcast.com.


You can get text of the podcasts from
Podzinger


Please pass on information about this podcast to your colleagues and to your CPD provider.
Remember you can get the podcast but going to itunes and entering the search term nuclear medicine best the way to subscribe is via this link


Or you can subscribe by entering your email address below and you will be informed of new episodes

Enter your email address:

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The easiest way to remember to tell your colleagues about the podcast is via the web link at nuccast.com or molcast.com

Most importantly of all please help this podcast by contributing your opinions, Sound files, emails or phone calls details below:

You click on the little bird icon below and it will allow you to send me a voice mail from your computer.
If you don’t have a microphone then you can
1. Call toll-free anytime 24/7 in the USA at 1-888-65-GCAST (888-654-2278). If outside USA: +1-305-437-8719.
2. Enter the phone number 207-099-2527
then enter the PIN 1401
3. Record your message, don’t worry it wont go straight into the podcast unless you ask me too.
Please leave your name and email address in your message so I can get back to you.
You can email me at rob@nuccast.com
Or
nucmedpodcast@gmail.com
Send Me A Message
All contributions welcome, especially as sound files to nucmedpodcast@gmail.com.
Link link to mp3 file




Direct link to itunes 

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